Study: Night owls should listen to their body clock

05/6/2013 | Fast Track, The

Brain performance peaks at different times, depending on the task, a Lumosity survey finds. For example, on average people perform better at working memory and attention tasks in the morning, while saving creative tasks for later in the day, the study finds. But night owls? They should do critical tasks at night when they're most productive and save creative thinking for earlier in the day, the study finds.

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